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Planting Roots in Haiti

Heavy deforestation has left Haiti with less than 2 percent tree cover. Without trees, soil erodes, crops wash away and people aren't able to feed themselves. Trees for the Future, a Haitian NGO, is working to change the situation one tree at a time.

 

 

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